The Oak Square YMCA is excited to offer Pedaling for Parkinson’s (PFP) and support those living with PD in our communities and beyond. This pilot program is available FREE of charge due to generous support from the Catholic Health Foundation, and includes a full access, family membership while in the program.
Current Session: October 3rd – December 16th (no class week of Thanksgiving)
Classes meet Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 10 – 11am.
While attending every session will provide the greatest benefit, we ask participants to aim to attend at least two sessions per week. Participants ride on an indoor stationary bicycle at low resistance/high cadence, gradually building up to 60 minutes (including warm up and cool down). Heart rate is monitored throughout the class using a wrist-based heart rate monitor (provided). Classes are taught by Certified Cycle Instructors trained in the Pedaling for Parkinson’s program.
Want to get on our list, or have someone contact you about enrolling? Complete the interest form below!
Have Questions? Please contact Murphy Coville at firstname.lastname@example.org or 857-319-0247.
Participants must meet the following criteria to participate in the program
- Have a clinical diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease
- Be willing to take part in monitoring and data collection
- Able to get on and off the stationary bike
- Complete enrollment forms including a signed consent
- Obtain clearance from a medical provider (form provided)